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'" helene cooper and abc's sam donaldson. first up, 'tis the season for year-end political awards. best and worst. last year part one of our political awards and this week part two and this is pure fun. our first category president obama's smartest political decision of 2012. which one of these four choices will our roundtablers pick? was the smartest obama decision to campaign relentlessly on raising taxes on the rich? or was it the early takedown of mitt romney in all those ads last spring that painted him as a rich guy? or the high-tech multimillion dollar back room operation to identify every obama vote and then turn it out on election day? for finally, was the smartest obama decision just bring it in, bubba? >> no president, not me, not any of my predecessors, no one could have fully repaired all the damage that he found in just four years. chris: was that stacking the deck, mike? >> all good. the one they think wargs the brilliant one was betting that if they spent $150 million in nine or 10 states over the summer, it would pay dividends when the thing got tough. and they bet it w
to find him. anthony donaldson has been missing since he scrimped into the court at the madera creek to avoid a sobriety checkpoint. authorities searched the creek on thursday but there was no sign of donaldson. his family hopes someone with a boat can help them search the creek. >> officials in marin will be buying back guns and violent video games at five locations. the buyback program is made possible by donations. an additional $5,000 came from private donors. the program was first proposed by the marin district attorney after the connecticut school tragedy. >>> the -- a new feature thank you rose parade. >>> it was a clear day but cold. leigh glaser says to be ready for more chilly weather. >> rick: coming up in sports, raiders quarterback terrelle pryor gets his first start, and michael crabtree steps up >> ama: apple lovers, feast on this. there's a rumor that apple is working on an iwalk. the newspaper out of london reports that apple is building a device using a chip some blew tooth technology. it's claimed the watch would feature a 1.5-inch touch screen and include siri. th
time's" helene cooper and abc's sam donaldson. it's been a very tough week and americans are trying their best to celebrate the season. this show always celebrates by looking back at the political hits of the last year and what a rich political year it's been of the let's start with the biggest game changers in politics this year. the biggest game change of the political year the surprising supreme court ruling in june that upheld obama care? or was it the big impact our country's minorities had this year to re-elect the president? was it the big fat super pac money that swamped presidential politics this year or the tea party's influence over the republicans rose up over two years ago but continued to dominate the g.o.p. this year. >> i think it's money but not big money, little money. obama raised $1 billion this year, half of it in donations from small people, small amounts, and half in the last three months so astonishing swell of cash at a time when people thought he would be outspent. chris: over and over again, an email asking for $5. >> i'm going with the tea party because i
to certain weapons. and sam donaldson has a message for the tea party. >> the greatest slogan that i hated during the past campaign, we want to take welcome back to "hannity." we continue with juan williams and brent brazell. so the senate doesn't do their 1300 days, they don't pass a budget because they are too gut less to pass a budget. >> oh, come on. >> they won't put it on paper. the president last week is playing golf, 18 hours on the golf course. more than i have spent in a year. and he's now holding the line, if i have this straight here, for what amounts to 8 1/2 days of government spending. he's willing to raise everybody's taxes and hold the country hostage over the issue and the economy hostage because he so wants his rate increase for 8 1/2 days of spending? tell me where the sense in that is. >> you know, you know, i'll give you this. you are strong on principle, sean. but let me tell you something, you are way, way out of line with the thinking of the american people. it's something like 60% now, i think it's in the mid-50% of americans who approve of president obama's handl
down, peter and i am sam donaldson and some others flew down to austin. my personal dealings were always come he was very pleasant. he was very enjoyable to spend time with. very quick. i always thought the media under estimate his intelligence, certainly underestimated his political savvy. i was always very impressed with mr. bush. now that said, particularly as we get into 9/11 and the wars in afghanistan and iraq, the bush white house, the administration was very aggressive, particularly karl rove is not a shy person. carl did not hesitate to let us know if they upset with something we're doing. but it would, i didn't blame him for this. he was doing his job. he was an advocate. he was a very effective advocate and he took issue with a number things we did and we respond as best we could. >> you mention a couple of abc correspondents and an anchor. let me start with sam donaldson. what is sam like? >> san is exactly what you see on the air. just exactly. he's wonderfully irrepressible. he can't help being sam donaldson. [laughter] he does it at home. he does in time you run int
presidents and that is andrew jackson. now, jackson's wife, her name was rachel donaldson and when rachel donaldson was a young teenager her father was a colonel, settled what we now know today is knoxville, settled hennessee and colonel donaldson took a group of white settlers and half the territory out in the woods and fought indians in that sort of stuff. in the settlement, rachel, his daughter sort of became a debbie taunt, the daughter of the most prominent man in the tennessee region. young rachel is a bit controversial because she does what a proper girl ought not to do. against her parents wishes she runs away and marries an older man is a ne'er-do-well. his name is luis robards and if it fears -- appears robards might've been physically abusive with her and he loses one thing after another but he accuses her of all sorts of things and at the least was very abusive toward her. so this is a big scandal. she does what a proper girl ought not to do a second time. she leaves robards and goes back home. couple of things happen. women legally could could not divorce so she has to ask ro
around 12:30 this morning after police lost sight of him. >> police chief eric masterson says donaldson jumped into the creek. >> the officers were very surprised to see hill jump into the water completely unexpected. >> police say they followed allock the bank as far as they could trying to get donaldson out of the water but says he kept swimming away from them. >> we are very concerned. it was swift moving water. he could have got caught up in something or possibly have drowned. so, we're very concerned for his safety. we hope that he's okay. >> the swift water rescue team searched until daybreak. at dawn, a helicopter was used. by mid-morning anthony was still missing ensearch was called off. late this afternoon family members came to the bridge looking for hope. his younger brother was fearful. >> can your brother swim? >> no. he has asthma. if he was wearing a lot of clothes and shoes, not a good signed this his younger sister remembers their last phone call. >> i talked to him yesterday. >> what did he say? >> we just had a little conversation like we always do after work about ou
to flee police. the 24-year-old anthony donaldson ran from the dui check point overnight and he was later spotted in the creek near the college of morin. police, they say that they tried to coax him out, but he swam away and officers eventually lost sight of him. >> is your brother a swimmer, can he swim? >> no, my brother has asthma, if he was wearing a lot of clothes and shoes, it's not a good sign. >> now, police called off the search around 4:45 this morning. >>> and a more successful rescue overnight near livermore. the man's pick up truck drifted into the creek as he was stranded on top of that truck for nearly two hours. alameda firefighters brought in the helicopter crew as you saw helping them out. he was plucked to safety, treated at the hospital for hypothermia. >>> and another rescue caught on camera in l.a. >> the man was also trapped in the fast-moving rain-swollen river as cbs reporter shows us the dramatic rescue. >> reporter: tense moments as the firefighters pulled out all the stops to rescue the man clinging to the brushes in the rising l.a. river. gushing down fast, fo
days ago are fearing the worst. yesterday's search for anthony donaldson ended with no sign of the 23-year-old. he was seen jumping into the frigid water early monday morning. police stopped him for possible dui, he got out of the car and ran. officers chased him along side the creek until he jumped in. >>> oakland's city leaders reaching for help to stem growing crime right, plan calls for consulting with veteran law enforcement officials from los angeles and boston, it includes a return to neighborhood policing with five districts drawn. >>> state senator jerry hill of san mateo will introduce a bill to require repeat drunk drivers to blow into a breathalyzer before they hit the road even if sober. would it require ignition devices on vehicles after a driver's second conviction. the device requires a breath sample before the engine can start. right now it is up to the court to decide. >>> expect to see more officers on bay area streets tonight through new year's eve. the chp and other law enforcement agencies are cracking down. they are setting up dui checkpoints in the north bay, s
driver who disappear while trying to out-run police is offering a reward to find him. anthony donaldson of novato has been missing since he jumped into a creek to evade a sobriety test on christmas eve. his family suffer ago a $5,000 reward to find him -- his family is offering a $5,000 reward to find him. >>> officials b.a in marin video games at five locations next machine. the program is made possible by donations, -- additional $5,000 came from private donors. the program was first proposed by the marin district attorney after the connecticut school tragedy. >>> as 2012 comes to an enrich money police reporting one of the lowest murder rates in the city in more than a decade. a total of 18 murders this year, down from 24 the previous year. the city has seen a -- decrease in other violent crimes such as attempted murder and assault. one detective says the drop is largely due to richmond's increased police force from 40 officers to 190 sworn officers in reason years. >>> a little girl and -- and her grandparents are killed in an apartment fire. a devastated mother tells abc7 news how
donaldson ran from a dui checkpoint. he was later seen in the creek. police tried to coax him out but he swam away and hasn't been seen. >>> and dozens of first of all erin mates were pardoned, 79 convict felons were pardoned. most were convicted of drug offenses, one of them is ken benedict who joined an inmate fire crew in prison. he is now a school volunteer and engaged to be married. >>> right now volunteers are pee pairing a christmas feast for the less fortunate. they are planning to serve up two meals today. we are over at the memorial church in the city all morning long. she has been there were a long running tradition of helping the homeless. >> reporter: merry christmas. i want to show you volunteers are still out here. we have swapped out of turkeys and hams, now we are working on sandwhichs as the tradition of helping others continues. it's a san francisco tradition here. one that brought back volunteers like daniel maxwell for the past eight years. we saw him here last month. >> for me to come here and spend three hours of my morning to know that someone will be receiving
police at a dui stop and then jumped into a creek. 24-year-old anthony donaldson went missing early this morning. police spotted him. police say they tried to get him to come out but he swam away from the officers and they eventually lost sight of him. >> is your brother a swimmer? can he swim many. >> no. my brother has asthma. if he was wearing a lot of clothes and a lot of shoe, not a good sign. >> police called off serge around 4:45 this morning. a-- search around 4:45 this morning. a team started look for the suspect downstream at about 8:30. >>> a last minute gift from president obama brought joy to federal workers today. but cbs 5 reporter grace lee says last minute holiday turned into a headache for people. >> that's right. pretty much everyone there at an international flight today or tomorrow. if you're wondering why they thought a federal office would be open on christmas eve, the reason is it was scheduled to be open. that is why so many people we spoke with were so upset. >> i am real upset because i don't know, we could have done -- at this point i don't know what we c
-old anthony donaldson of san rafael ran from a dui checkpoint and was later spotted in the corte madera creek, near the college of marin. police say they tried to coax him out but he swam away. officers eventually lost sight of him. >> is your brother a swimmer? >> no. my brother has asthma. he was wearing a lot of clothes and shoes. not a good sign. >> police finally called off the search this morning. >>> a more successful rescue overnight near livermore. a man's pickup truck drifted into a creek, and he was stranded on top of his truck for hours. he was plucked to safety by helicopter and treated at a hospital for hypothermia. >>> a similar rescue in los angeles. rising water stranded a man on an island where he was trapped for hours. glendale firefighters came to the rescue just before dawn. a swift-water rescue boat assisted. they were able to get the man aboard a raft and pull it back to shore. the man went to the hospital with symptoms of hypothermia but is expected to recover. >>> pope benedict delivered christmas eve mass a few hours ago. the pope asked everyone to remember the essen
messages on the bridge. police identified the young man as anthony donaldson and hec had a dui history and desperate to avoid another one. >>> he was on the guidance center when he jumped out the video and ran off. they described the 16-year old as african american and he was wearing jeans but they ask you to contact san francisco police >>> as this pushes up to the fiscal cliff, tax payers are saying their frustrating. how much a fall over the cliff could cost you. >> for more and more americans, the fiscal cliff is being used as a failure of government. >> i weigh i figure theépñ on vacation, they don't care. >> i don't think that there ever going to come to an agreement. both parties are so far apart, there's no common ground. >> if you make between $50,000 a year, it goes up. if you make 75 to $100, you'll pay $142 per weekly paycheck. most employers will wait and deduct at the current rate but you'll get slammed with higher rates. >> if they're supposed to be public servants and we can't get a compromise and some is with the right ideology. >> it seems like you're not being repr
technology to try to find a man who jumped in the creek during a police chase. 23-year-old anthony donaldson was swept away on monday. he jumped in that creek to avoid a drunk driving test. yesterday divers used a new camera called a video ray. it allows them to see what is under water before they dive in. marin county is borrowing that video ray from contra costa county. >>> moving on to the 5:00 hour. let's go to tara. >> everything is looking pretty good. it's still early. normally we don't see much traffic at this hour. let's head outside right now. we can take a live look. this is 92. this is san mateo bridge traffic on the right hand side there westbound as you drive toward foster city. at the mccarthur maze you can see traffic flowing well in all directions. folks on the far right hand side of your screen headed over to the bay bridge toll plaza where again we have no backup. 101 through san francisco you can see traffic on the right headed toward the airport and on the other side toward downtown. no delays to report. let's go to steve. >>> thank you very much, tara. we do have a syst
tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: sam donaldson was just arrested for dui. i was wondering if that ever happened to tom brokaw -- >> you incorrectly infer that my speech is floored. >> stephanie: what if he had to take a breath -- >> breathalyzer. i haven't consumed any alcohol. brown-hole-liquor. >> stephanie: just kind up the voice box, any can play. >> that's the sort of thing you are going to get in january. a voice box. i wonder what it would sound like if -- [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: i think it might sound a something like this. >> was he driving in illinois by chance? >> stephanie: maybe an escalade. >> stephanie: an escalade in illinois. or a lincoln continental. >> sam donaldson was pulled over in [ mumbling ] delaware. >> stephanie: what if it was where mary kay -- lived -- >> [ mumbling ] >> stephanie: what? >> that's the only reason i know that guy's name. >> it takes a [ mumbling ] >> stephanie: did you see this one. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> >> stephanie: shooting occurred because women ran the school. >> really? >> stephanie: that i
to capture fort henry, for donaldson, and the tributaries of the mississippi river. then foot was on his own for a while working with john pope, and that worked out pretty well, too. when they captured the island in april 1862. part of this sequence of union successes in the spring of 1862 which then did come to an end, so if there is informal cooperation between the two of them it works pretty well. but as they see themselves as rivals, it's not going to work. >> look at halleck and grant in 1862. halleck is worrying about grant. >> give us a sense of the state of, the evolving state in terms of shifting and as 1861 most 1862 and sort of changes, radically in terms of enlistme enlistment. >> start with me? yeah, one of the things about the civil war, and i think it's particularly to the civil war navies, it's a tonic pivot point in history. things have been changing for some time. the telegraph comes in in the 1840s but railroads already expanding across the continent. but the application of these large-scale want to the workers, were terribly new, in land were probably arguably, the most i
-- in seattle. >>> the reason why sam donaldson was arrested in delaware. >>> also why a plane was filled with 20,000 potatoes. >>> some very cold numbers out there. patchy frost. coming up the one part of the bay area will -- that will be picking up rain showers today. >>> al qaeda is reportedly growing and becoming more powerful in syria. >>> zero dark 30 is getting a lot of criticism from senators. dianne feinstein carl levin and john mccain. the issue themes that show cia officers torturing people. the senators say the film suggests torture led to key information about where bin laden was hiding. something the senators say is not true. the senators have sent a letter to sony pictures saying it should clarify that the role of torture is based on fiction, not facts. zero dark 30 debuted in new york and la. it will have a nationwide release next month. >>> 8:16. right now in washington, house of representatives is special. it's a lot different from what the democrats want -- is in session. it's a lot different from the what the democrats want. >> reporter: we're taking a look at the cap
, the elites. and i really think that it's archaic and dinosaur-like of folks like sam donaldson who have long been out of power. i mean we broke the liberal media monopoly years ago, and this is really their death row call, not ours. thanks, sam. >> good to see you. thank you for being with us. happy new year. >> you bet. >> that's all the time we have left for the special fiscal cliff edition of hannity. thanks for being with us. let not your heart be troubled because the news continues and greta is standing by to go live on the record. greta, take it away.illy. the factor. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >> the o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> this is something within our capacity to solve. call me a hopeless optimist but i still think we can get it done. >> as the nation comes closer to the edge the chances of a fiscal cliff deal begin to doom. what will it mean for you? >> the administration essentially enacting legislation on its own through you regulation. a lot of them i think are illegal and unconstitutional. >> barack obama ramping up plans for a second term despite h
three days ago are fearing the worst. yesterday's search for anthony donaldson ended with no signs of the 23-year-old. he was last seen jumping into the frigid waters early monday morning in ross near the college of marin. police stopped him for a possible dui he ran. officers chased him until he jumped into the water. >>> state senator jerry hill of san mateo will introduce a bill to require repeat drunk drivers to blow into a breathalyzer before they hit is holding a news conference in redwood city to announce the legislation this morning at 10. it would require ignition interlock devices on vehicles after a second dui conviction. the device requires a breath sample before the engine can start. right now it is up to the cores to decide whether a driver has to have -- to the courts to decide whether a driver has to have one in the car. >>> expect to see more officers tonight through new year's eve. chp and other law enforcement agent sears cracking down on drunk drivers, -- starting 6:00 through monday night. >>> high school senior faces possibility of being expelled in san franci
. there was no sign of donaldson. his family hopes someone with a bet can help search the creek. >>> -- officials in marin lobbying back guns and violent video games at five locations next month. $10,000 from the marin county foundation, additional $5,000 came from private donors the program was first proposed by the marin district attorney after the connecticut school tragedy >>> as 2012 comes to an end richmond police reporting one of the lowest murder rates in the city in more than a decade, 18 murders this year, down from 24 last year. the city has seen a decrease in the number of other violent crimes, like attempted murder and assault. a detective says the drop is largely due to richmond's increased police force. the department has again from 40 officers to 190 in recent years. >>> 5:57. next, can lawmakers broker an 11th hour deal to keep the country from falling off the fiscal cliff? important meetings set to begin in hours. >>> vodka bottle credited with thwarting this stick-up tempt. we'll show you the dramatic video. >>> and michael finney gives your new year's resolution to drop weight
identify the young man as anthony donaldson. they said he had a dui history and may have been desperate to avoid another one. debora villalon. >>> a tornado did in fact, hit a watsonville farm causing significant damage. the twister ran in from monterey bay at 7:00. the national wetter service investigator took pictures seen here of a damaged greenhouse. the weather service here says the tornado path extended for a little over a mile. >>> chilly out there tonight. we're going to see some fog in the inland bay valleys. right now in santa rosa it's 48 degrees. the feel like temperature in santa rosa is 38 degrees. we have dewpoint temperatures in the upper 30s and mid-30s throughout the area. fog in the forecast again tonight. it's going to be cold but we shouldn't see any freezing temperatures. most temperatures will be above freezing but it's going to be chilly. we'll see some fog and certainly some frost. you look at it here we are here. you look at that you say, this is going to blow right through the next few hours and this is only six hours away or something. the momentum or the mot
jumping into a creek in marin county last week. anthony donaldson disappeared last week to ward a field sobrie sobrie sobriety test. >> the chief in 1992. he's been in law enforcement for 45 years. fremont police capital richard lucero has been named interim chief. the alameda was pointed -- a pointed by the board on friday. he served as the intur urm chief since the -- interim chief. >>. >>> since friday more than 700 drivers have been arrested state wise for driving under the -- statewide for driving under the influence. during the chp's mam, they will be looking for drivers. >> since friday more than 123 people have been arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. last year, 161 drivers were arrested for driving under the influence. >>> aaa is doinging it part with -- doing its part with a free ride and tow home to those who have been drinking. they can get their cars towed and get a free read for up to 10 miles from 6 p.m. new year's eve and tell the operate you need a tipsy tow. you do not need to be an aaa member. >> you can leaflet car at home and take -- leave the car a
to find a man who jumped the court me terra creek during a police chase. anthony donaldson was swept away on monday. he jumped into the creek to avoid a drunk driving test. >> really what it is it's the difference between the televisions we had years ago and newer digital tvs we have nowadays. a much sharper, clearer picture. imagery is much more defined than it was before. >> marin county is borrowing the video ray from contra costa county. they bought it from antiterrorism funds. >>> police in vacaville are asking for the public's help in finding a 56-year-old woman who has been missing for eight days. kathleen was last seen at 10:30 p.m.. she did not take her purse, cell phone or id with her. her dodge neon is also missing. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is set to go back to work on wednesday. she -- doctors say clinton contracted a stomach virus earlier this month got dehydrated fainted and fell and hit her head. she was diagnosissed with a concussion on december 13th and hasn't been seen in public since. >>> another deadly understand -- to prevent another deadly incident like
on the water and the bridge. police now identify the young man as anthony donaldson. they said he had a dui history and may have been desperate to avoid another one. debora villalon. >>> a tornado did in fact, hit a watsonville farm causing significant damage. the twister ran in from monterey bay at 7:00. the national wetter service investigator took pictures seen here of a damaged greenhouse. the weather service here says the tornado path extended for a little over a mile. >>> chilly out there tonight. we're going to see some fog in the inland bay valleys. right now in santa rosa it's 48 degrees. the feel like temperature in santa rosa is 38 degrees. we have dewpoint temperatures in the upper 30s and mid-30s throughout the area. fog in the forecast again tonight. it's going to be cold but we shouldn't see any freezing temperatures. most temperatures will be above freezing but it's going to be chilly. we'll see some fog and certainly some frost. you look at it here we are here. you look at that you say, this is going to blow right through the next few hours and this is only six hours away o
. investigators say 24-year-old anthony donaldson ran from a dui check point in ross yesterday. he was later seen near the college of marin in a creek. he swam away and out of sight. >>> 5:34 now. a sad start to the holiday when a sierra snowboarder dies in an avalanche. this slide hit yesterday at donor ski ranch about 11 miles west of truckee. the man in his 50s was found by several search dogs several hours after he was reported missing. he was buried under 3 feet of snow at the base of the mountain. >> his friends the other friends that were going to be at our group were looking for him and probing around and they didn't find him and he was at the bottom of the cliff instead of the top. >> friends say the victim was enjoying his first day on the mountain after moving back to the area. the area of the slide has been closed to skiers and snowboarders. >>> dozens of former prison inmates are enjoying a christmas gift from the governor. he signed pardons for people whose crimes range from drug offenses to robbery. cbs reporter ian schwartz now has the story of the ex-con who is starting a brand n
county. investigators say 24-year-old anthony donaldson of san rafael ran down from a dui check point in ross yesterday morning. he was later seen in the creek there near the college of marin. police tried to coax him out of the creek but he swam away and out of sight and they haven't found him since. >>> street racing may be to blame for a crash that critically injured a man in vallejo. he was hit by a crash yesterday afternoon. police say the driver then took off. witnesses told officers two cars were racing at the time. and investigators are now looking for a black 1990s honda sieving that has some front end damage. >>> and two people are displaced after a cooking fire got out of hand in a menlo park apartment. check it out. the fire on role afghan just before 7:00 yesterday evening and investigators say the grease fire quickly spread to the ceiling. the apartment and a neighboring unit were damaged and nobody injured though. total damage is estimated at about $50,000. >>> the spirit of christmas is alive and well here in san francisco this morning. >> it's that annual tradition vo
and gaby giffords. >>> abc's sam donaldson is in trouble. the former white house correspondent was arrested earlier this month in delaware on dui charges. >> bill: oh! that's too bad. >> in lewis, delaware. he failed a field sobriety test from december 1st. he's scheduled to appear in court there tomorrow. >> bill: all right. sam, i hope my home state of delaware, you know, doesn't throw sam in jail. drunk driving, i don't care who it is a serious offense. but sam let jan drive. you don't have to drive. let jan drive. >> there you go. the library of congress is out with its latest list of films that it is adding to the national film registry. the list of 25 includes dirty harry, breakfast at tiffany's a league of their own and "the matrix." the movies are not necessarily the best movies of all-time. only they somehow influenced culture ever. >> bill: life and times of mill was added. >> movies from like the late 1800s and early 1900s when they first started producing film are on there too. >> bill: dan,
decorating their room. >> are you crying? >> adam, is executive director of the evan b donaldson adoption institute, here from boston this morning with his reaction, good it see you, adam. >> good morning. not such a great morning, actually, right? >> it's an awful decision. trying to be fair and balanced, this doesn't make any sense. essentially we passed legislation to punish russian human rights violators and the russian reaction is to essentially punish russian children, a thousand were adopted by americans last year alone. so, who pays for this decision? >> well, a lot of people pay. this is a bad thing for adoption. this is a bad thing for american families that want to -- that want to adopt children and the most horrific part of it, it leaves all of those children in institutions instead of allowing them to move into families. so, what putin and his government has done really was aimed at the u.s. and the dagger hit the hearts of the children in his own country. >> dave: many of them are disabled. there's between 700,000 and some say as high as 1.2 million kids eligible for adoptio
is currently in process donaldson from "the wall street journal." mr. chairman, the threshold that you announced today, the committee's assessment of this unemployment rate is 6% of the longer run equilibrium funds rate, it is about a percent. according to these protections. it suggests that when the fed does start raising interest rates down the road, it might have to move quickly to get to some funds rate equilibrium. is that specifically -- is that the not the case. generally, can we talk about the framework that you said today in the exit strategy that you have laid out some time ago and whether that is evolving or changing. >> well, that is a good question. first of all, we do not have a precise estimate of the long-run sustainable unemployment rate. the estimates that were provided in the summary of economic projections today, as has been the case or the while, it is 5.2 to six-point 0%. it could be less than that. so it gives us some time. my anticipation is that the removal of the accommodation after the takeoff point, wherever that occurs, it would be relatively gradual. i don
in state institutions or group homes. earlier i talked to adam with the donaldson adoption institute and i asked him, what does this ban mean for those pending adoptions? here's what he said. >> if what they say is going to happen really happens, those families are not going to be able to adopt the kids even if all the legal processes have been in place. much more important, let's focus on the children. what it means is those children will remain institutionalized, which is not a good place for any kid, rather than be in families. >> why is it that you have in russia and there are some statistics that say that special needs kids in russian orphanages, as much as 9% of the 956 russian children adopted last year, those children with disabilities, why is it so difficult for them in their home country? >> well, most countries other than the u.s. do not have an adoption culture. the u.s. adopting more children in all sorts of adoptions than the rest of the world combined. blood ties are important in most countries. our country is different now. there are adoption cultures little in some countri
on this. i'm gaining ground. >> is she well? and to listen there. sam donaldson said he would. >> would you mind holding this book for her one of our member's? >> i didn't write this book. i don't get any money out of this. the money goes to the author. i don't get any. no, it's true. >> thank you so much, sir. thank you so much. >> you are welcome. yours get special care. >> hello, senator. i used to work with michael toner at center thurmond's office in the 80's and this is my husband. we are big fans of yours. >> i needed in my line of work. >> you are sweetheart. it's so nice to see you and i can't wait to read this. a. >> it's a good book. i will personalize it. >> we are getting one for his mom and dad. thank you, senator. it's great to see you. >> it will just tear their heart out. >> you are been changed a bit. >> travis jordan. it's been a couple of years. i was a -- scholar back in 2006. there we go. >> he is something else so i'm working for senator in see still and he has written a couple of letters of recommendation. i appreciate all your work. >> mike is a terrific guy. [i
is being offered by a man that went missing. police say 23-year-old anthony donaldson went missing after he ran from police on christmas eve to avoid a sobriety test. they saw him jump over the fence and into a creek but after hours of searching they couldn't find him. >>> a sacramento man gets clubbed with a tire iron inside a convenience store. you can see the man in the video there he is in the dark color shirt. he stopped to get gas on friday and the robber in that red hooded sweatshirt chased him into the ampm store hitting him several times. the victim suffered a cut over his right ear. >> telling him this is wrong. you will really hurt him. you can't be telling this stuff here. i tried to back him out. he hit him again. >> the robber eventually escaped but not before smashing windows of the victims car. police say they believe he followed the victim from the bank. >>> state medical board is asking for the publics help to find doctors that are recklessly describing certain medications. the california board wants people to contact if a family member has died of a drug overdose and susp
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